i want to write
see words flow across paper
feel the letters form
the need to express
it burns inside
i feel my fingers twitch
the urge to commit phrases
to explain, to extol
i want to write
but the words won’t flow
they remain, caged up inside
beating against barb-wire fences
in their bid for freedom
tear themselves apart
random letters, fragmented
thoughts ache for release
i need to write
open the pressure valve
set my mind free
break the torment of silence
tell the story of my soul
tears flow like mountain streams
but i have no words
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A compilation of vocal analyses in K-pop
from here to there
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Musings on poetry, language, perception, numbers, food, and anything else that slips through the cracks.
short story writer
Discover Seoul in my Blog
Whenever you think you can't, try thinking I can.
18 and (still) not pregnant.
Food, Road Trips & Notes from the Non-Profit Underground
Things my son needs to know before he grows up to be just like me.
Things that insult my intelligence
We, Unfiltered. (Mostly.)
... a fresh start.
Giving thanks to all those who support me
So many MonSters so little time
Challenging for Equity above all
Emerging from dissociation
Past and Passages of a Sensitive Boy
WeeGee navigates the big C
Dealing with DID: writing it down and sorting it out
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